The best jokes from England’s 5-0 win over Czech Republic in Euro 2020 qualifier

Raheem Sterling hat-trick.

There were tweets and jokes during England 5-0 Czech Republic including a Raheem Sterling hat-trick in the Euro 2020 qualifier
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England beat the Czech Republic 5-0 at Wembley on Friday night in their first Euro 2020 qualification game.

Gareth Southgate’s side top Group A after strolling to victory over the Czechs with ‘role-model’ Raheem Sterling netting a hat-trick.

sterling for prime minister

— INACTIVE follow @afcCarter (@afcCarter1) March 22, 2019

An exciting, youthful line-up took to the field including a first start for Borussia Dortmund’s Jadon Sancho and a debut for the recently-converted Declan Rice.

These were the best tweets and jokes from England’s 5-0 win over Czech Republic in their opening European Championship qualifier:

Watching #ENGCZE . Been joined on the sofa. pic.twitter.com/K3tYcXDTkA

— Jon (@nottherealjon) March 22, 2019


Life summed up#ENGCZE pic.twitter.com/lqaNowkVfS

— Jed Leicester (@jedleicester) March 22, 2019

Emotional moment there for the English Anthem as the camera went up the line up
Jordan Pickford : “God Save Our Gracious Queen….”
Dele Alli : “Long live our noble queen…”
Harry Maguire : “God Save Our Queen…”

— Anthony O'Connor (@Antcon7062) March 22, 2019




Disgusting scenes at Wembley as the Czech fans make 'it was straight at him' gestures during the Gordon Banks tributes. #ENGCZE

— Mooms-19 (@Danny_McMoomins) March 22, 2019


Is it too soon after Glenn Hoddle's cardiac arrest to criticise his commentary? #ENGCZE

— Luce Coggs (@lucecoggs) March 22, 2019


ITV’s stat man on fire tonight #England #ENGCZE pic.twitter.com/BfiVJErkT6

— Jake Levison (@jakelevison1201) March 22, 2019

Vydra: “Maguire is England’s weak link”
Harry Maguire: pic.twitter.com/pHy59HbWUm

— Christopher Beck (@TweetingBeck) March 22, 2019


Enjoy this – it's the only increase in the value of Sterling we're going to see for a while. #ENGCZE

— Pundamentalism (@Pundamentalism) March 22, 2019

Raheem would have scored 4 goals but for Brexit.

— jonathan melrose (@jonathanmelrose) March 22, 2019


I thought that fifth goal was cruel. Kalas, in fact. #ENGCZE

— David Baddiel (@Baddiel) March 22, 2019


A momentous night for #BristolCity.

Tomas Kalas has become the first City player to score for England since John Atyeo in 1957. #ENGCZE

— Brendon Mitchell (@thetalkofsport) March 22, 2019

England all-time goalscorers update: Own Goals moves up to 51, in 2nd place and just two short of Wayne Rooney's record. Top spot in its sights

— Sam Wallace (@SamWallaceTel) March 22, 2019

If up the RA(Z) isn't a headline tomorrow the games gone #ENGCZE

— Union City Blue* (@Habanosblue) March 22, 2019


Congratulations to Declan Rice on his fourth international cap.

— Kieran Cunningham (@KCsixtyseven) March 22, 2019


Gary, i’d maybe hold back till they’ve faced the might of Kazakhstan- they’ve been brushing away some World Cup contenders of late.

— Greg McHugh (@gregjmchugh) March 22, 2019

Time to get the van out again #ENGCZE pic.twitter.com/RIhb9TuQj9

— Football Burp ⚽ (@FootballBurp) March 22, 2019